what eating of Lille ? eating of restaurant of lille ? eating dishes of Lille ? what eating of menus and cartes of restaurants of Lille ? mussel chipped potatoes, beef stewed in beer,marinated herring, other dishes in the book dictionary : PIERRETTE’S GUIDE and other countries of all the France in the FIRST BOOK translated french-english PIERRETTE ‘S GUIDE, visit the website : www.cuisine-francaise.org/book to buy it on the web site : www.cuisine-francaise.org/book with paypal
Cannes , june 20 2009
Pierrette launches THE FIRST GUIDEBOOK WITH THE TRANSLATION OF FRENCH DISHES
Being definitely aware of the difficulties encountered by travellers when confronted to unfamiliar cooking traditions and terms ,
the author dedicates this first guidebook to the tourists , amateurs of French gastronomy .
Pierrette, who has a passion for cooking , hopes to make her contribution to valorize the products of French « terroir » and enable foreign visitors to discover them through photos and full descriptions .
Choosing a dish ( or a menu) and tasting it brings any gourmet a real pleasure .
The terms used on menus in most French restaurants have been adapted by the author . It will make it easier for tourists
to understand the menu in any French restaurants or « brasseries » .
The guidebook is already available in 5 languages : English , German ,Spanish , Italian and French .
A publication in russian , Japanese and Chinese is coming soon in Autumn . The receipts of the guide are on Internet site: www.cuisine-francaise.org/book
About the guidebook : TITLE : RESTAURANT ESSENTIALS – WHAT DISH TO CHOOSE ?
959 dishes explained along with 942 photos
276 pages , format 23X 13 cms
price : 29.90 euros to buy it on the web site : www.cuisine-francaise.org/book with paypal or www.fnac.com, or www.alapage.com, or www.amazone.com, www.cuisine-francaise.org/book or othe bookshops with web site.
AVAILABLE in bookshops in FRANCE ,or galleries and tourist information offices and on Pierrette’s website for to read » POINTS DE VENTE » : www.cuisine-francaise.org/book